Find out what free spring and summer activities are being held at Riverfront Park!

Riverfront Park Spokane
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SPOKANE, Wash. — There’s no better place to spend a nice spring or summer day than Spokane’s staple, Riverfront Park!

There are some great community engagement activities for all to enjoy, and they’re absolutely free.

Here’s what’s happening in June, July, and August at Riverfront this year:

Story Time at the Carrousel

  • May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19
  • 11 a.m. @ the Looff Carrousel

Story Time at the Carrousel is an early literacy activity designed for toddlers. It includes stories, songs, and other preschool activities that hope to engage the young imagination. One dollar Looff Carrousel rides will be offered to those who attend. It’s recommended for kids aged 2-5.

Core 4 Collective at the Pavilion

  • May 26, June 2, 9, 16
  • 6-7 p.m.

Join Core4Collective for powerful movement classes that provide all-over sculpting and body-renewing benefits. Be prepared to build strength and sweat to some heart-pumping playlists!

Power Beats at the Pavilion with Eclipse Power Yoga

  • June 18, July 16
  • 10-11 a.m.

This class offers a unique exploration on the mat featuring fun playlists designed to uplift and invigorate, supporting your poses and generating energy from Ujjayi to Savasana. Each class has its own personality and flavor, promising to leave you rinsed, detoxed, and fully energized. The practice is designed to empower you and is easily modified/accessible to all levels of yoga practitioners.

Summer Solstice with The Union at the Pavilion

  • June 21 from 7-8 p.m.

Grab your mat and meet under the Pavilion lights for an hour-long juicy and powerful Vinyasa flow.

Yoga at the Pavilion with Beyoutiful Hot Yoga

  • June 28, July 5, 12
  • 6-7 p.m.

Join Beyoutiful Hot Yoga for an outdoor Vinyasa class. In this class, attention will be placed on linking breath with the movement between postures. Combining the postures and breath together to form a continuous Vinyasa flow. The class is beginner friendly.

Barre on the Bridge with Spokane Barre

  • July 7, 14
  • 7-8 p.m.

Strengthen and tone your entire body, with emphasis on core stability and balance, and complete with low impact/high-intensity cardio bursts. Spokane Barre classes are suitable for all, from novice to experienced fitness enthusiasts alike.

Pilates in the Park with Precision Pilates

  • July 26, August 2, 9, 16
  • 6-7 p.m.

Lengthen, strengthen, and tone your body with Pilates in the Park! Whether you’re new to the mat or you’ve been practicing for years, Pilates could be the perfect activity for you! Precision Pilates classes welcome all levels of movers as we work to improve stability, alignment, and inner strength.

Riverfront Eats presented by Idaho Central Credit Union

  • Tuesdays, June – August
  • 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. @ Orange Bridge

Riverfront Park is the place to be on Tuesdays for lunch, food trucks and live music! To see a full list of participating food trucks and musical guests, visit

Historic Walking Tours

  • July 9, July 23, August 13, August 27
  • 10 a.m. and noon @ the Visitor Center

Join local historian Chet Caskey for a free walking tour of Riverfront Park, where the city’s past and present merge in unique ways. Learn about the rich history of the magnificent Spokane Falls, Expo ’74 U.S. Pavilion, 1902 Clock Tower, 1909 Looff Carrousel, Centennial Trail and more!

Movies in the Pavilion presented by Idaho Central Credit Union

  • July 6, 13, 20, 27
  • 8:30 p.m.

Bring your family, friends, a blanket, or a chair for free Movies in the Pavilion! Movie titles are coming soon, and will be listed at

Shakespeare in the Park

  • July 21 -24, 28 – 31

Join S3 and Riverfront Park for an evening that has something for everyone: love, murder, and plenty of stunning visuals. Shakespeare in the Park presents a timeless classic of young love, feuding families, and meddling friends. This imagining of Romeo and Juliet will take the audience on a wild ride, led by the point of view of our two lovers. What can possibly go wrong when two teens decide they know better than everyone else in the world?